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Chairman of the Bromyard Hop Festival, Ian Raven, with one of the T.1KG Hop pockets used in the senior hop pocket race.
5 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser
A bittersweet morning for us all. The first day of spring is sure to bring a few smiles, but on a Monday? Not to mention a top of 14 with showers today.
8 hrs ago | The Age
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Australia's Telstra says that it has secured early access to the 700 MHz spectrum for commercial trials starting in mid September.
The delivery is the fourth from a group of Magnetic Island friends calling themselves East West Relief, who have raised more than $25,000 over five months to buy hay and stock feed.
While addressing rumours of friction amongst the PUP senators, Clive Palmer reveals a little too much about his trip to the toilet.
A fur seal that was spotted under the Lucinda Bulk Sugar Terminal had onlookers in awe as it sought shade and shelter from the crashing waves.
FOR most of the last 40 years, Sean Dorney has been the voice of Australia on radio and television.
Sue Russell has rare ocular melanoma. Her life is scans and trials, tears and fear.
Welfare recipients are spending money quarantined for essentials on banned items and bartering groceries for cash and alcohol, an ABC investigation has found.
There has long been talk of the need to more densely populate Australia's north, and Lake Argyle, on the border of Western Australia and the Northern Territory, has been earmarked as the ideal location.
Campbell Newman is confident he's winning his war on bikies and criminals with the latest statistics showing a decrease in offenses across Queensland UNITED Motorcycle Council Queensland claims it has cost up to $1 million so far to get its case against the state's anti-bikie laws to the High Court.
Shocking figures reveal Australia is a binge-drinking nation with more than 700,000 consuming excessive amounts of alcohol at least once a week.
Pressed against the window of a helicopter the former Japanese prime minister was faced with the decision on whether to evacuate Tokyo as the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster took hold on March 11, 2011.
Invited to deliver the graduation speech at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, I was floored by the number of Chinese students in the graduating class.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 06:07 pm
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